The European League for Economic Co-operation is a non-governmental and non-party organisation that aims to promote the economic integration and socio-cultural identity of Europe in order to enhance Europe’s role in the world.
European League of Economic Cooperation – ELEC
The Romanian capital Bucharest was once again the venue of a most interesting ELEC conference that focussed on the Eastern part of the European Union. More than 100 participants attended a conference .
The most recent meeting of ELEC’s Monetary Commissions focused on the sensitive issue of the Quantitative Easing policy of the European Central Bank. Speakers and participants formulated a lot of cr.
Prior to its year-end Central Council in Brussels the European League for Economic Cooperation organised a Round Table on “What project for the EU after Brexit?”. Several scenarios were examined.